Fauvism

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  • Fauvism When: Fauvism was an art movement which occurred in the early 20 th century where artists started to use wild colors to communicate their artwork.
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Fauvism

  1. 1. Fauvism When: Fauvism was an art movement which occurred in the early 20 th century where artists started to use wild colors to communicate their artwork. Where: France and Europ
  2. 2. What: <ul><li>Fauve translates from French to “wild beasts” </li></ul><ul><li>The art community thought that their loose lines and bright colors were too wild for art. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Artists/Who: Paul Gauguin <ul><li>The original Fauvist </li></ul><ul><li>His colors were inspired by African art and culture as well as the South Pacific. </li></ul>Self Portrait with Halo Vision After the Sermon
  4. 4. Artist/Who: Henri Matisse <ul><li>Matisse is known for his intricate figures and detailed backgrounds. </li></ul><ul><li>Matisse was really into patterns and organic shapes. </li></ul>Woman with a Purple Coat Figure with Decorative Background
  5. 5. Artists/Who: Andre Derain <ul><li>Used bright colors influenced by Post Impressionism, more texture/brushstrokes. </li></ul><ul><li>Colors were expressive of place. </li></ul>The Mountains at Colliar The Turning Road, L’Estaque
  6. 6. Why? <ul><li>Because the wanted to </li></ul><ul><li>It was Freedom because artists like Van Gogh and Impressionism were becoming widely displayed. </li></ul>

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